Jack departs the Pan

Jack departs the Pan

Lewes FC Women announces the departure of its General Manager, Jack Heaselden.

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Lewes FC Women's General Manager, Jack Heaselden, will be leaving the club in July.

Jack joined the club in August 2018 as Lewes FC Women prepared for life in the new FA Women’s Championship. But the role has evolved over the season, irregular hours have become the norm and the club is now further changing the way the role is delivered in light of last season’s learnings. The revised role is one that did not appeal to Jack, so the club has agreed to release him from his contract as of early July. Jack’s cooperation has given the club time to identify a replacement and this will be announced soon.

Jack joined the club with an outstanding background in girls and youth football and also with an extensive background in project management, from his time in banking. We are also very grateful to Jack for stepping in for a month as caretaker First Team Manager last November.

All of Jack's work colleagues have found him a pleasure to work with and everyone at the club wishes him well in his next post.

Lewes FC Women's General Manager, Jack Heaselden, will be leaving the club in July.

Jack joined the club in August 2018 as Lewes FC Women prepared for life in the new FA Women’s Championship. But the role has evolved over the season, irregular hours have become the norm and the club is now further changing the way the role is delivered in light of last season’s learnings. The revised role is one that did not appeal to Jack, so the club has agreed to release him from his contract as of early July. Jack’s cooperation has given the club time to identify a replacement and this will be announced soon.

Jack joined the club with an outstanding background in girls and youth football and also with an extensive background in project management, from his time in banking. We are also very grateful to Jack for stepping in for a month as caretaker First Team Manager last November.

All of Jack's work colleagues have found him a pleasure to work with and everyone at the club wishes him well in his next post.